Map-based ADAS Standards and Solutions: ADASIS and Electronic Horizon Image

Map-based ADAS Standards and Solutions: ADASIS and Electronic Horizon

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For some decades digital maps have been used to enable in-car navigation, as well as a number of different infotainment-related features. Increasingly, efforts are being made to leverage map data to support and facilitate a variety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), with a view to increasing safety and efficiency in consumer and commercial vehicles, alike.

This report will analyze the role of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Interface Specification (ADASIS) in enabling a fragmented automotive ecosystem to develop map-enabled ADAS, and what the contribution of digital maps will be to the logical conclusion of ADAS: semi-autonomous and autonomous driving.

Table of Contents

  • 1. MAP-ENABLED ADAS: CONCEPT
  • 2. ADASIS AND ERTICO
  • 3. FUNCTIONS ENABLED BY MAP DATA
    • 3.1. Predictive Powertrain Control
    • 3.2. Curve Lighting and Beam Height Control
  • 4. FUNCTIONS ENHANCED BY MAP DATA
    • 4.1. Road Sign Recognition / Intelligent Speed Assistance
    • 4.2. Intelligent Light Systems
    • 4.3. Adaptive Cruise Control
    • 4.4. Lane Departure Warning / Lane Keeping Assist
    • 4.5. Autonomous Driving
    • 4.6. Semi-autonomous Driving
  • 5. PRECISE VEHICLE POSITIONING TECHNOLOGIES
  • 6. HERE MAPS PURCHASE BY AUDI AG, BMW GROUP, AND DAIMLER AG
  • 7. OEM MAP-ENABLED ADAS Solutions
    • 7.1. Audi AG
    • 7.2. BMW Group
    • 7.3. Mercedes-Benz Cars
    • 7.4. Daimler Trucks
    • 7.5. Ford
    • 7.6. PACCAR (DAF)
    • 7.7. SCANIA
  • 8. AUTOMOTIVE-GRADE DIGITAL MAP VENDORS
    • 8.1. Google X / Google Maps
    • 8.2. TomTom TeleAtlas
    • 8.3. HERE
  • 9. TIER ONE MAP-ENABLED ADAS SOLUTIONS
    • 9.1. Bosch SoftTec
    • 9.2. Continental Automotive
    • 9.3. WABCO
  • 10. MARKET BARRIERS AND OUTLOOK
    • 10.1. OEM Department Specialization